FERRARI 458 SPIDER MAKES ITS SCOTTISH DEBUT
FERRARI 458 SPIDER MAKES ITS SCOTTISH DEBUT AT THE HOPETOUN HOUSE ITALIAN CAR AND BIKE SHOW
Scotland, 14 August 2012 – Graypaul Edinburgh and the Scottish Ferrari Owners Club proudly supported the increasingly popular Hopetoun House Italian Car and Bike Day over the weekend, with the debut public showing of the Ferrari 458 Spider in Scotland at the charity event.
The Scottish Ferrari Owners Club also displayed a number of Ferraris at the event, which completed the club’s tour of the highlands. Members had special permission to visit Royal Yacht Britannia on Saturday 11 August, where they were allowed to go aboard and have a group photo in front of the famous vessel.
The Hopetoun House Italian Car and Bike event acted as a conclusion to their tour, an event which raises money for the HUSH Charity, helping victims of Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome. HUSH was set up in 1997 following the outbreak of E.coli O157 in Central Scotland, when 20 people died and there were 497 reported cases.
Members of the public were treated to a unique display of over 25 Ferraris at the show, including the Ferrari California 30, Ferrari FF and the new Ferrari 458 Spider from Ferrari’s current line up, provided by Graypaul Edinburgh.
Graypaul Edinburgh recently took delivery of its first Ferrari 458 Spider, one of the first examples in Scotland. Other Ferraris including the Ferrari F40 and Ferrari 458 Italia were on display, provided by members of the Scottish Ferrari Owners Club.